Re: Amorph. ID needed.
Your plant is not an Amorphophallus, it is a Pseudodracontium. At first
glance your plant looks like Pseudodracontium fallax. You can have a look at
the revision of Pseudodracontium with a key of the different species by Dr.
Michael Serebryanyi at the following address (it is very slow to download):
With best regards,
Krzysztof Kozminski a *crit :
> I have my unknown amorphophallus finally in bloom. I got it from Wilbert,
> labeled (I swear I did not misplace the label) as HAM 102, which was
> supposed to be a bulbifer, and bulbifer it ain't.
> See http://www.kozminski.com/Photos/Amorph1.jpg for the general
> appearance, and http://www.kozminski.com/Photos/Amorph2.jpg for the
> closeup of the inflorescence.
> The thing is tiny - maybe 7 inches tall. The photos show it in a 1-gallon
> pot. I missed the day it opened, and today there was no perceptible
> Dows anyone have any idea what is it?
> "Microsoft is to software what McDonalds is to gourmet cooking"
> Krzysztof Kozminski
3, rue de Labroque